As the nights draw in fast and the wind carries a bitter chill, you may think it’s only the leaves that are falling this autumn. But a quick visit to your nearest Hyundai dealer will show that prices are heading downwards too, making some of the best value cars in Britain even easier to own.
For those who take great pride in keeping their motoring costs low, there’s the amazing Amica 1.1 Atlantic. With a price of just £4,995 it was no surprise that this car was a sell-out success when it was first offered in August, but Hyundai dealers are expecting new stocks to arrive any day.
And although it costs less to buy than a big service on a supercar or a top-of-the-range plasma telly, the Amica is still covered by Hyundai’s unlimited mileage five-year warranty.
It’s not even stripped of equipment either, with electric windows, a CD player and split and fold rear seats for flexibility. Once you get to the filling station you can remain smug in the face of the £1/litre prices too, as the Amica offers fuel economy of 51.4 mpg.
For those buyers who need something a touch larger, there’s the Getz. Now available from just £6,495 for the GSI 1.1-litre 3-door, the supermini offers luxuries such as air-conditioning and electric front windows in addition to that five-year warranty.
To help Getz drivers to keep an even closer eye on the budget, buyers can opt to purchase three years or 30,000 miles servicing for just £99.00.
If there’s not enough space in the Getz, how about the Pininfarina-styled Matrix? This practical and stylish mini-MPV is now available for £9,495 – that’s less than some rivals’ superminis! As you’d expect from a Hyundai, it’s generously equipped too with alloy wheels, air conditioning, six airbags, electric windows and heated door mirrors.
All these offers are only available from Hyundai dealers on the UK mainland until 31st December 2007, while stocks last!
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